Research on Short Term Prediction Algorithm for Freeway Pavement Ice


  • Shuqin Li
  • Qingguo Chang
  • Xiang Chen
  • Sicheng Liao



Freezing ice; Short term prediction algorithm, Radiative heat transfer, Expressway pavement temperature.


This article focuses on the short-term prediction algorithm for ice condensation on highway pavement. Solar radiation, ground long wave radiation, and atmospheric inverse radiation are the main factors affecting road surface temperature changes. According to the principle of radiation heat transfer, there is a radiation balance relationship among these three factors. Therefore, based on the balance relationship between these three radiations and the physical heat formula, this article designs a short-term prediction algorithm for road icing. Based on the basic theory of radiation heat transfer, the energy balance between solar shortwave radiation, atmospheric inverse radiation, and ground longwave radiation is calculated to predict the temperature of highway road surfaces.


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How to Cite

Li, S., Chang, Q., Chen, X., & Liao, S. (2023). Research on Short Term Prediction Algorithm for Freeway Pavement Ice. Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 5(3), 90–92.